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Submit your good practice

We are pleased to inform you that the ‘Good practices’ section of the ERSC’s website is now open for submissions. A good practice can be any set of actions (strategies, measures, methods, approaches etc.) that have been successfully addressing a road safety problem. If you have undertaken a project falling under this description, share it with us by submitting your good practice. The deadline for your application is May 31st 2019.

By submitting your good practice, you will be eligible to win an Excellence in Road Safety Award. This year we have a special 'school challenge' with two subcategories (infants and children, and pre-teens and adolescents). It is important to note that the call for submissions is not only open for recently developed good practices, but submissions can also include less recent but still ongoing good practices.

In order to submit your good practice, you first have to sign a commitment by becoming a member of the ERSC community. You can find more information about joining the European Road Safety Charter on this page. More information on the call for good practices and the main evaluation criteria can be found here.

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For the last two years LAMB is actively involved into 10 Micheline Golden Rules distribution among vehicle drivers. We think it's time to modernize this type of distribution and public education, choosing more interactive, modern methods that should attract a broader audience part, both among...
Les problèmes identifiés sont :-Le taux d’accident (légers à grave) au sein de la population âgée de – 14 ans est important dans les transports en commun (dans et aux abords des arrêts de bus)-les mauvais comportements constatés aux abords des arrêts et dans les bus (traverser sans regarder, jet...
The drivers on the road are taking risks for themselves and for the others because they are not sufficiently well trained, informed or sensitized, these operations allow to raise public awareness and to suggest simple tips to implement in everyday life and certainly allow us to save lives and to...
The launch of the National Reflector Day was driven partly by the knowledge of how reflectors is of vital importance for road safety and how the Danes can be much better to use reflectors. The aim of the campaign thus is that more Danes will wear reflectors.
One of the campaigns within the Foundation's Road Safety Programme aimed at raising awareness among young people between the ages of 18 and 30. Named "Te queda una vida" ("You only have one life"), it highlights the consequences of reckless driving so that those who want to...